A large ivory plate covered with lines of C-shaped signs at the front side. Elements of the ornament are located in five parallel lines. In the first and third rows, there are 25 signs; in the second - 27 signs; in the fourth - 30 signs, and in the fifth - 23.
The ornament was probably created by scraping with a burin as the elements look clearly and the signs themselves are non-deep. The inner side is covered with mild traces of dendrites. There are traces of grinding along the edges. The plate is flattened to the side edges. The original shape of the blank is a bar.
Use-wear traces are not found.
Length - 127 mm
Width - 42 mm
Thickness - 18 mm
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Rostyazhenko T.E. Maltinskiye ornamentirovannie diski kak predmety prestiga // Arheologia: Materialy 56-y Mezhdunar. nauch. stud. conf. 22-27 aprelya 2018 g. / Novosib. gos. un-t. - Novosibirsk: IPC NGU, 2018, S. 23-24